As this is the English guide for Zamami, this page details accommodation options that are operated by staff that speak English.
Please be aware that traditionally these types of room include futon beds that may require setting up. It is not always customary to arrive to a ready made up room.
Below, you will find accommodation options grouped crudely into guest house style rooms (closest option to hotels that Westerners may be familiar with) and camping choices. Please call or check websites for up to date pricing.
Here’s a short video about what you can expect from one of the accommodation choices – the Kerama Beach hotel at Asa, Zamami:
Zamami Guest Rooms
|Zamamia International Guesthouse||126 Zamami-Jima||Foreign owned and operated guest house.|
Staff speak English.
Two minute walk from the port in Zamami.
|Akabana||Zamami center||Small guest house||098-987-2397|
|Miyamura||Zamami center||Set up like hotel.|
|Summer House Yu-Yu||130 Zamami,|
|Air con & TVs in rooms.|
Shared refrigerator available.
|Cat’s Inn Kerama||125 Zamami||Staff speak basic English.|
|Joy-Joy||434-2 Aza Zamami||Good English.|
Breakfast included tariff available.
Linked to dive shop.
|Pension Takatsuki||878 Zamami||Basic English.|
All inclusive tariff available.
Ama Guest Rooms
|Robinson||140 Ama||Basic English.|
5 minute walk to beach.
|Patio House Reef||10 Ama||Basic English.|
Asa Guest Rooms
|Kerama Beach Hotel||119 Asa||All inclusive available.|
Many sea/beach view rooms available.
For maximum value, consider camping as an alternative to guest house rooms. Be aware though, you can’t just set up camp anywhere.
There’s a designated campground (campsite to Europeans), complete with cold water shower facilities. While you can just show up and pitch, the chances are you won’t be traveling to Zamami with a tent on your back.
Tent rental is available, alongside a range of other items, so even if you didn’t arrive intending to camp, you can choose to do so at the last minute. In fact, pitches aren’t booked, so just turn up on the day. To our knowledge, the site has never been full.
Bookings are taken at the port, and during the warm months also on the site itself.